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know it. >> female: no, i don't know that. >> male: i could go on point by point and put you down on each one of these. i know it and you know it because the mainstream democrat media is definitely in the hit pocket of hillary clinton without a doubt. >> of the ground the genitals? >> male: locker room talk. >> female: this is not locker room talk. >> male: this goes on among men and women both. she talked about the military and how you want to uphold the envy of the honor of the military. w the military. i was in with all the guys i know how guys talk. >> female: did talk about sexual assault? >> will be back after break. with more good stuff. thank george and our analyst. we will go and talk to the moderators of tonight debate when we come back after this
i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. narrator: and joe heck says "i have high hopes we'll see donald trump become president." i don't know what i said, aah... narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump.
i would bomb the [bleep] out of them. narrator: and heck? reporter: you trust him having his finger on the nuclear button? heck: i do. reporter: why do you say that? heck: why wouldn't i?
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8news enow. >> welcome back to our postdebate, who helped the case more republican joe heck or catherine cortez masto i think that he did on the debate stage things got heated with our panel of experts. i am christianne klein. >> i am dave. steve d.c. anchor they join us from the floor. denise great job tonight you call the back as best you can with the folks clapping and yelling but tell us about the atmosphere of the room and was there anything that surprised you guys at all? >> steven: down you are right, dave, the crowd got readier that we thought they would. but honestly within one hour
when steve went after congressman joe heck on how why did it take so long to reduce your pretty wasted no time going after him on that. >> steven: seven that was going to be one of her main lines of attack today. it was definitely an advantage for her because he waited for so long for there were so many things he set up until now. it does look like political opportunism and she >> denise: when we talked about immigration had a hard time getting real specifics. we didn't quite get there did we? >> we were talking about immigration and the interesting part is that they both are for a path to citizenship. for securing the border they spoke in a different voice when he came to that. catherine cortez masto said his father was a immigrant he said he had religious however she focus more on getting people out of the shadows when he said
speech at the personalize that one a little bit. another question we had trouble getting a clear answer we were trying to get a dollar figure on how much it would raise taxes on the wealthiest americans. neither one would commit to a dollar figure. they said it was something that would have to do what they elected and work with other people across the aisle. so was it interested moment it was unexpected for us. steve you had a question for you wanted them to raise a head about government shutdown they both raise their hand. >> steve: seven i was wondering if congressman joe heck would raise his hand. he didn't take a specific vote to shut down the government there was no vote to formally do that. although the boat he did take lead to a government shutdown. i think that was the point catherine deminic catherine cortez masto came back to.and her question she brought the issue up as well. >> denise: on question what
>> it is interesting they are both gun owners and your touching everybody with violence and everybody wants control. without knowing specifically how to catherine cortez masto said her and her husband owned guns as well as relatives that are hunters. but she is for question one which supports the universal background check on a national level. where congressman joe heck and that need to work something different to get every stomach solution. >> christianne: we tried to have that warm human moment where we asked them how they at their spouse. they have been married 19 and 21 years respectively that was the moment they exhaled and paused and smiled. they were probably somewhere in the audience so i think we got a mix of good information, got talking points and some of their humanity.
>> thank you for your observation i know it was a room full attention and you did well with leading the discussion for the questions were well-designed, too.thank you for that input. >> christianne: we will go back over to catherine walker and her panel of 14 undecided voters. to see if either candidate suites their opinion and got votes for
vote? >> man: it was and we will talk more about that in a moment. again i want to introduce two of our undecided voters who have taken the time. 14 of our two friends to come and hang out with us and watch the debate. they are going about the key points, going over the key points and looking at what have one some of our guests over to one side or another. when we play the next clip of the debate the blue lines represent the feelings of read our democrats, yellow our independence it hcais interesti to watch. pay close attention as we go on. the first thing we get to that soundbite one of the takeaways we got was talking about negativity. i want to ask my panel, negativity coming it was a big point. how many of you said you wanted to hear something other than negative at night? so we had a unanimous opinion how many of you feel that we did see some of the issues answer and it wasn't just negative? how many feel it was better?
a strong feeling. that gets into the first piece of sound i want to play from tonight debate. there was a point where both candidates call each other out for not answering a question and went back and to the campaign talking points against each other a split that for you. >> rep. heck: i think we need to make a flatter, broader, gets people deductions and lowers rates especially for the middle class. >> ms. cortez masto: do i have a figure for you, no. but i want to make sure we are ht nevada. >> final 30 seconds on the. >> rep. heck: i didn't answer the question but she didn't give a number as well. >> man: we start the there was the talk that we didn't answer the question. but i want to go first out to the panel. who here but at this point, who reacted strongly to that number one. we saw a lot of numbers go up so i want to start with jared. jared what did you think when this was going on? >> man: it is more of the same
they are more interested in talking about something about the other rather than selling themselves of what they are going to do. you saw that a number of times when questions would be dodged or most of catherine cortez masto answers began with well he, and then continued. rather than articulating what she felt about it. rather than coming forth and being honest which is what none of us are impressed with. >> man: i want to ask you in the front. as you are watching these exchanges happen did you think it better for job staying away from attacking the other. >> woman: joe heck. i think catherine cortez masto actually was on the defensive little more. he was more aggressive toward joe hecht. and i really didn't, i think just the issues. >> patrick: seven let's talk
in exchange for an earlier one both candidates were addressing the health care reforms. >> ms. cortez masto: it works with you just talked about. fixing what doesn't like repealing and addressing the cadillac tax and the high premiums we see. that is where we need to start where every form approach. >> rep. heck: instead by a policy that is approved by the government or text you. we need to get people a tax credit to buy the policy that works for them and their family for the coverage they need. which has allowed them to use health savings account something the affordable care act took away. and we need to put 700 million back to medicare that the affordable care act took out. >> patrick: seven so catherine cortez masto spiking slightly with democrats but joe heck hit high numbers.
all of you reacted well to joe heck not so much catherine cortez masto. so real quick show of hands who had joe heck winning the healthcare battle? looks like across the board. let's go to the back corner taught, why?>> man: he had more, he didn't sound like a robot.catherine cortez masto sounded like a commercial. he is for i am for healthcare 100 percent and he spoke a lot better than she subject. >> man: we have four we want to get to on that but first we have to get through the rest of what we have to do here. when we come back we will talk about otrustworthiness that was a big thing that we will wrap healthcare debate.ness that was more on that headed up. >> great to hear that reaction. we have another topic to get to. >> christianne: earlier this evening we heard from undecided
question one. we want to hear it from our expert panel as well. let's go for that. >> reporter: this was one issue where they were distinct positions and i felt this was an issue near to your heart. we are wnevada and so everyone here is a gun owner. how did you feel your candidate did? >> woman: that my candidate i am nonpartisan but on the issue this is my problem with joe heck. i had a staff person sent in a letter about tgun violence prevention. he ssent back a letter saying h supports comprehensive healthcare reform. now he says he doesn't support question one. what he is saying is that he doesn't support is if you hand your gun to someone in self-defense for if you had a gun to your family member when you are out hunting somehow that will put you in jail. that is such a life and i am so tired of hearing that. from the right, that is a lie. if you read the bill, read the legislation which all voters will have a chance to do so that is such a lie. because what happens is if you
else and you are hunting that other person be that they are a to use it and there is no penalty against you. so somehow background checks to work that is false. over 5000 people were prevented from purchasing weapons in the state of nevada in the past three years because they had felonies on their records. we know background checks work we know polling shows people supported and we know it will pass in november. >> this year the exchange and then get back to alan. shootings were people who legally purchased guns. for tried to put a band-aid on an issue without addressing the root cause. let's talk about the mental health issues in the state and in this country to provide the
need is more people working together, expending the current check, closing loopholes i don't think somebody should be able to buy a gun over the internet. it joe heck does. >> how did he do on that one on close the loophole? >> man: he is 100 percent right and she is from pittsfield to say you should be able to buy a gun on the internet, if you buy a gun on the internet it is not go to you it goes to a registered gun dealer. i can't sell a gun and have it sent to my home it doesn't work that way. dealer because the background check is done automatically. what she is saying, and what she does say, was that she was indicating that question one will somehow stop the sale or purchase of guns on the internet. that is as false as can be.>> woman: that is not true if you are a person and buying direct selling your gun on the internet you are not required. if you are not putting it on a website, whatever website that is, and you are doing a sale. we are required not to go
>> man: when those guns go through. >> what you ordered that gun it doesn't go to you it goes to a registered
gun dealer. >> we don't have time for the two of you to buy. thank you very much but back to you. >> we appreciate our analysts being and their points of view. >> christianne: will be back with final thoughts on the
catherine cortez masto on that stage going against joe heck for the senate seat. the democrats really want to keep, harry reid retiring more than 30 years there. it is an important senate seat. >> man: they all are. >> christianne: it could be the one that tips the ballet in the senate and get some control again. let's go over to patrick walker in studio b with final thoughts from our >> man: there is one overlying theme that had the biggest spike, the biggest change between what we talked with our panel when we talked about before hand. trumps worthiness we talked about trustworthiness and what the numbers look like before the debate. you can see two percent for catherine cortez masto to vote, once said joe heck, 11 said neither was trustworthy. that was then this is now as we look at the numbers now. 11 out of 14 saying joe heck is most trustworthy.
thoughts from the panel. let's go back to karina who did you have is the most trustworthy coming out of this? >> woman: joe heck. >> man: why did he win that for you? >> woman: i appreciated his answers more. >> reporter: and wonder who did you have and why? >> woman: joe heck because he was specific. i felt he was it was not like he was on stage of performance. he did not interrupt her, i think she drew him off he was wanting to stick to the issues so for me that says he views the subject, he gave specifics and he did it in a professional way. >> thank you for coming in here with us of course a lot of valuable insight we will send it back to you in studio. >> one final word from our analysts. >> final thoughts on who one you think it is the needle with
especially with the polls showing she is ahead of him now. i think it may have had an impact. i think he came across as more trustworthy i think she came across as more rehearsed. >> reporter: same questions before we shouldn't blame her for preparing the try to pin that on hillary clinton, too. we attention to negative at the say they don't want to see negativity and stthat is what they pay attention to. i think her coming out as aggressive and coming out as assertive and as a strong woman is exactly what voters want to see this election cycle and i think she one. >> reporter: we have 24 more days of the nuclear bombardment on the airways. i think we missed the car
our analysts being around tonight. thank you for sticking with us tonight. thank you for sticking with us for this hours long
i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. narrator: and joe heck says "i have high hopes we'll see donald trump become president." i don't know what i said, aah... narrator: heck says he "completely supports" trump. narrator: and heck? reporter: you trust him having his finger on the nuclear button? heck: i do. reporter: why do you say that? heck: why wouldn't i? narrator: donald trump and joe heck.
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